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01/03/2019

Q&A: Creating a "Virtual Seismologist"

Elise Cutts
Geologists and engineers team up to apply artificial intelligence to seismology.
Seismogram
12/19/2018

Murray Lab Helps Scientists See Themselves on Mars

Robert Perkins
Scientists take the decision of where to send a $2.1 billion rover seriously. The Murray Lab gives them the tools to make an informed choice.
Jezero Crater
12/12/2018

New Climate Model to Be Built from the Ground Up

Robert Perkins
Researchers from across the country team up to re-engineer climate modeling.
Climate modeling
11/21/2018

New Study Raises Questions About Salts Near Seasonally Darkening Streaks on Mars

Robert Perkins
Scientists reviewing data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have found a data-processing artifact that, in small regions, makes it appear that certain minerals are present.
Dark streaks
11/19/2018

JPL News: NASA Announces Landing Site for Mars 2020 Rover

Mars 2020 will land at Jezero Crater, an impact basin that was once home to a river delta.
Jezero Crater
10/22/2018

Model Describing Conditions Under Which Oxygenated Water Could Exist on Mars Challenges Traditional Beliefs About Planet's Habitability

Robert Perkins
New study explores how much oxygen could exist in water on Mars, and how that impacts potential habitability.
Mars
10/22/2018

Making Climate Science Understandable for Everyone

Robert Perkins
Caltech graduate student Zach Erickson helped explain climate science to nonscientists at an event in San Francisco.
photo of Zach Erickson
10/17/2018

ShakeAlert No Longer Just a Prototype

Robert Perkins
Scientists and government officials celebrate milestone in West Coast's earthquake early warning system.
Adam Schiff, Judy Chu, and Thomas Heaton
10/10/2018

Faculty Join Caltech

Caltech welcomes 12 faculty members who will join the Institute's six divisions over the academic year, representing fields ranging from cosmochemistry and microeconomics to genome engineering and the philosophical underpinnings of quantum theory.
photo of Caltech's Throop Pond
09/22/2018

President Rosenbaum Highlights Postdocs as "Unsung Heroes"

In a letter to the Caltech community during Postdoc Appreciation Week, the President emphasizes the role this key group plays at the Institute.
National Postdoc Association Logo